Essential Oils helping Saint Patrick’s Day traditional hangover
Saint-Patrick’s day is unique. A special time where one character is equally popular in the country he is celebrated in, Ireland, and in the rest of the world.
These celebrations are the occasions of public parades and festivals, céilís, and the wearing of green attire or shamrocks. But also a lot of alcohol. Sometimes people can’t remember their Saint-Patrick’s day but they will remember forever the 18th of March which is the day of the worse hangover of their life.
Luckily this article will help you to react promptly, take care of yourself, and not to suffer too much!
The first after effect of alcohol abuse, even for the best reason in the world is nausea. Room is spinning? Unfortunately that’s what we are talking about.
The essential oils to use are:
Lavender: known for its relaxing properties, it will ease the muscle tension provoking nausea.
Peppermint: a 2004 study in found that inhaling peppermint oil was effective in reducing postoperative nausea. With its fresh scent it is an excellent remedy, helping to relax the muscles of the gastrointestinal tract for better digestion. It’s also known for easing feelings of nausea – just what is needed to give some hangover relief.
The second effect could be of feeling low, exhausted or unable to do anything.
Orange: the subtle and energetic scent is ideal for boosting energy and motivation level.
Lemon: helps to feel fresh, ready and fully energised.
Eucalyptus: the combination of refreshing and stimulating the brain is helping to raise energy levels.
Peppermint: the fresh scent and cooling effect help to get back on track quickly.
Cinnamon: its warming effect, its ability to increase the flow of blood to the brain and to regulate the blood sugar level makes it a good ally to emerge from the covers.
Rosemary: is a stimulant for the brain and for the body increasing quickly and naturally energy levels.
Thyme: tones the body and boost the spirit when needed. Exactly what is needed.
The last effect but not the least can be a booming headache.
Eucalyptus: relaxing, pain-reducing effects plus a real help to breathe better would help a lot.
Rosemary: help reduce pain, relax muscles, and improve circulation.
Roman Chamomile: helps to relax tension in the body and tension in the head.
Neroli: calming, relaxing, helps being positive.
All the tools are there to avoid a terrible day after a nice Saint Patrick’s day. So enjoy your day and evening!